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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

POSTAL INFORMATION. HAILS or© despatched from Liverpool Post Office. <d«iily '(Sundays excepted), as followH: Sydney, Parramatta, and Gio» field, 9 30 a.m. Bringelly, Moorlmrik, Bonnyrigg, Preston's, and Hoxton Park. U.a.m. Sydney, 1 2-80 p.m. Campbelltown, Camden, Narellan, Granville, and T.I'.O., at »'.'JO |..m. Sydney, Parra mat! fi, nnd Granville, at 9-30 p.m. On every Tuesday und Saturday mails are des- patched for I-foldsworttiy and Eckcrsl 'y a 12 noon. On everv Saturday night a mail is despatched to Travailing P.o., with letters foi- the Northern and Western lines, at 9'<50. On Sundays mails are despatched to Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, and Travelling P.O. at 5 jp. m. JMATXS are received at the Liverpool Post Office 'daily (Sundays excopted), as follows : Sydney, Campbelltown, and Travelling P.O. ut S n m. Moorba uk, 9'15 fi. m. Sydney, Parramatta, Granville, Narellan, Cam- den, 10 a.m. Bonnyri.cr.er, 12'15 p.m. Hoxton Park, 9 a.m. Bringelly ami Pres...

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HEALTH AND HARD MUSCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

HEALTH AND HARD MUSCLES. IF John Simpson were not a blacksmith we might not have occasion to allude to him at the very outset of this writing. But he is a black" smith and will thus serve an important purpose ; that, too, without having to put on bis leather apron to do it. And be will do it by standing in front of his forge for five minutes while wo all take a look at him. He is a strong and robust man, as Mr. Dicken'a Joe Cargery was-as all blacksmiths ought to bc. Ought to be, I say. But are they ? -as a matter of fact ? No, they are not-not by many a length of nail rod. Now it is somewhat a common notion that all men who work hard, especially amid rough sur- roundings and in the fresh air; are apt to be ¡vigorous, healthy fellows ; they are supposed to joke at doctors, to have no use for apothecaries, and even to regard undertakers as the necessity of a distant future. Is this view a true view ? Are health and bard muscles always found to- gether ! Take your time to think. Meanw...

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MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

MUNICIPAL. LIVERPOOL. THE ordinary meeting of the above council was held at thc Council Chamber on Tuesday evening last. Present-the Mayor (Alder- man Moresheud), and Aldermen Smith, Cole, Christiansen, Chapman, arid H. Scrivener. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. The Finalice Committee's report, recommending payment of various accounts, was adopted. The Mayor reported that the council's laborers were kept on the Hoxton Park road a few days longer than was tit first thought would be necessary in order to complete tho work undertaken. In reply to Alderman Christiansen, the Mayor said that the drainage of the Hoxton Park-road, near Maxwell's, was under consideration, also that he would attend to the matter of elTooting necessary repairs to tho footpath on the south side of Atkinson-street. In reply to Alderman Smith, the Mayor said the work of repairing the footpath in Terminus-street would be proceeded with as soon as possible. Alderman Christiansen moved-" That th...

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The L[?]pool [?], PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

%> ïitierpcil Mmñ, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1898. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A SALE of gifts will be held at the Hoxton Park Union Church, in aid of the Church Lining Fund, on Friday and Saturday, 2nd and 3rd September next. During each even- ing a musical entertainment will be given, while among the special attractions there will be a phonograph and an electric battery. THE hearty co-operation and assistance rendered by the management of the Liver- pool Asylum to the inmates in the organisa- tion of entertainments at that institution are, in themselves, circumstances which go far to remove the aspersions ever and anon cast upon those in immediate authority. In an institution, which provides a home for close upon 1000 inmates, comprising all sorts and conditions of men, it would be nothing short of a miracle if some of their number did not take exception to the discipline which is essential to the proper administra- tion of affairs and raise a hue and cry aga...

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ST. ANNE'S ORPHANGE, LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

ST. ANNE'S ORPHAN GE, LIVERPOOL. ON Sunday afternoon last Cardinal Moran, accompanied by the Very Rev. Dr. O'Haran, visited Liverpool to perform the ceremony of blessing and laying the foundation stone of the additions to St. Anne's Orphanage. The institution has been established ten years, during which period only one death has been recorded. Tho buildings originally cost t'2G00, and at the present time accom- modate no less than 80 children. The demand on the charity of the homo has been an increasing one, and the debt having beon wiped oil' the old buildings it was decided to erect new ones. These, which comprise two waiting-rooms, a sacristy, a chapel, office, community-room, six bedrooms, and a bath- room have been commenced, and will cost £1700. Mr. H. T. Legge- is thebuilder, and Mr. | Charles W. St. Julian the honorary archi tect. The visitors arrived by the afternoon train and were driven in Mr. H. Murphy's carriage to the presbytery, where they lunched with Father Walsh, t...

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WHOSE FAULT IS IT? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

WHOSE FAULT IS IT ? If when the fog hom warns tho mariner to sheer off the coast, he still hugs the shore and is wrecked upon it, whose fault is it ? If the red switch light is up and the engine driver deliberate!}' pulls ahead and pitches into an- other train, blame the driver. If a .careless workman will in spite of warning, try to''find out how many teeth a buzz saw has, and the saw tries to find out how many fingers the workman has, blame the workman not the saw. If a sick man knows that a certain medicine is doing him good, and he carelessly neglects to use it, blame the man. If people who have kidnpy complaint and backache, will not take Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, when they learn of their merits, Mame the people not the endorsers. Read this endorsement : Mr. Otis Blaisdell, painter, of No. 2 Pope street, Gardiner, Me., says : " I had a dis- agreeable aching pain in thc small of my back for two years, off and on, accompanied with bladder trouble which was very annoying. If I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

Cufltomor : 4 This fowl ia tho toughest thing 1'vo over had horo, waiter.' Waiter (confidentially) . 4 Then you ain't , tried our steaks, sir.*

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HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

-*-. 'No, sir, my daughter can never be yours.' 'I don't want her to be my daughter J' broke in the young ardent. 41 want her to be wife.' -- A OABHFUT. GÜABDIAN.Mistress : 'I should like to know what business that policeman has in my kitchen ovory night in the wook P' Pretty Servant ; 4 Please, mum, I think ho suspicions mo of nogleotin' mo work e soruothin*.' ? March : Wheu ;you visited tho museum to-day did you soe tho iustrumonts of tortura that aro on exhibition P' iloarwoll : ' Yes, but tho display is not completo.* Marob : 4 What doos it lao lc F* Hearwoll : 4 A lodging-houtí^piano J' Vioar (severely, to his oook) : 4 Mary, you had a soldier to supper laut night.' Gook : 4 Yes, slr ; he's my bro thor.' Vioar: 'But you told mo you hod me brother.' Cook: 'So I thought, sir, until yo« preached laat Sunday, and told UB we wer» all brothers and sisters.'

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LADIES' COLUMN. MATTERS FEMININE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

Mïïà& «amor. -? MATTERS FEMININE. Hats are steadily gettm lower. .White and all light colours appear to re- duce slimness of naureV that are thin'and tell. Signora Duse first appeared on the stage at the very early age of three, and made her first great suooess before she was fifteen. In only eight weeks* raoing one English lady oyolist rode over three thousand milos and won in prizes a hundred and forty pounds. A diet of meat and hot water is remark- ably effective in beautifying the complexion. It is, however a 'oure' that should he takon under the supervision of a medioal man. All Chinese women have not deformed feet. The mutilation is moro frequent in the south tuan ia the north, and in the eity than in the country. The Manchu women may not bandage their feet; and there are im- perial decrees to this effeot. Mrs Vanderbilt is an enthusiastic collector of thimbles that have belonged to lamons personages. Amongst others, she hus a thimble that once belonged to Qneen Eliza-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

FOR INDIGESTION LOSS OF APPETITE A Household Remedy Throughout Queensland. We give tbe following testimony from Mr. Frank P. Peacock of Given Terrace, Paddington, Queensland, whose experience is in exact accord! with thousands of others : "I have used Dr. Ayer's Sarsaparilla in my family for indigestion, loss of appetite, and as a tonic, with very satisfactory results. I have been pleased to recommend it to my friends and in many cases they have used it with equal satisfaction. is a household remedy throughout Queensland. It is the kind that cures." Kor conßlliirttlon tiilcu I)r. Aviir'n 1'IIIs. Tliny VPiMijii ly rnllovu und surely «uro. Tilka thom villi Dr. Ayor'd Sarmiimrillu: ono alda thu othur. A FORTUNE TO UK at AD lil. WANT KO nt once, in every locality, un in tidhgont person to not ns our Agent. Na special knowledge roquirod, und without iiitorloring with prononfc occupation. A» oxcullont opportunity for n «apablo yiumK Minn or Indy-Address. M orno Manuï»M*iur ir<g...

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CANTERBURY ELECTION. MR. V. PARKES RETURNS THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

CANTERBURY ELECTION. MU. V. PACKES UKTUHNS THANKS.' Mit. V, Parkes addressed about 201) doctora from tho balcony ot' duke's Hotel on Saturday uvenhifi, Alderman Smith presiding. Mr. Parkes, in tho course ol' n lengthy address, Hnid that «¿Teat responsibilities attached to a member when representing a. largo and influential electorate liku Canterbury. Ile had been a member for oi^ht years and conceived purliimieiitary lifo lo be a Hehl of labor, not pleasure, and ho had spared neither time, labor or expense to achieve tho objects ho had in view. Hu had beun subjected to most oxaotlng work since lie 'was 19' years; of age, and. his public life had been one of exacting duties which he had ; carried out calmly. He, had been; returned by a splendid majority and he had to thank the electors for tlie honor conferred upon as a factor to the great moving party whose determination was to carry out the wishes of the people. His most sincere thanks were due to the gentlemen who had assisted him...

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A MILK AND CHEESE DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

A MILK AND CHEESE DIET. THOMAS Parr, one of the longest lived of Englishmen, subsisted almost all his life on. bread, milk, old cheese and whey, and at the age of 130 years was able to perform every kind of work as a laborer. When 140 years old, he, manifested little of the failing of a^o, and was removed to London, where au entire change took place in the mode of living, and he soon died, at the »ge of 152. Dr. HurvHy, the discoverer of tho circulation of the blood, Mxpressed the opinion at that time that Parr might have lived to a much greater age had he continued his regular simple habits.

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NOVEL. Question of Courage CHAPTER V.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

NOVEL. , Bj FRANGIS LYNDS, CHAP HER V.- (CONTINUED.) Ringbrand glanced up gratefully and saw ' Mrs Ludlow trying to look reproachfully at Hester ; then the unconventionality of it all appealed to him like the turning of a new leaf in the book of experience, and he laughed pleasantly. * Do you know it's quite oh arming to hear one'B self disoussed ' in open meeting ?' he said. 4 In all my lifo I've never heatd so mnoh frank criticism as Miss Iiatiraer and Tom have given me in the last few weeks. It's decidedly refreshing, after half a lifetime of meaningless praise on one hand, Bot off by an equal amount of spiteful abuso on the other. I'll give fair warning now, though, that I mean to turn the tables nome fine day, and you'll hear me telling Ludlow how to run an iron-furnaoe, and-' * And Mies Lutimer how to hold her tongue,' interrupted Hester, maliciously. * lnde«d, I wasn't going to say any snob, ungallant thing,' protested Biugbrand. * You might as well say it aa to think it,' re...

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WHAT IS INFLUENZA? [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

WHAT: IS INFLUENZA? '< Influenza, a complaint exceedingly common at this time of the year, is not generally under- stood by the greater part of <.those who suffer from it. It is in reality an augravated form of cold, supplemented by a general weakness of the whole system. Ordinary colds, it is well known, are caused hy congestion of the blood, which as a mle is most prominent in the hoad or throat. Influenza can be traced to the same cause, and irregular or insufficient livor action is in most cases responsible for both. When tlie liver, through any derangement of the di gesttve organism,, ceases to act in the proper manner, a certain amount of bile finds its way into tho blond, and at the same time the blood created from food consumed is of a decidely poor quality. In this maimer the blood be- comes congested, the circulation sluggish, and a cold results. The circulation of tho blood now being much slower than usual, the entire system is affected. 'The nervous...

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FARM AND GARDEN ORIGINAL ARTICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

-0 ORIGINAL ARTICLES. . JTo. 46.-THE GBAPE (oontinuad)- REMABI : ;. . ABM AGE OP VlNEYABDS - CLABSIF CATION OF GEAPK VAEIETIES--PBOPÍ CATION OF VINES-Son,-EFFECTS ( - DlFFEBBNT SOILS-^RAPES FOE EAT» AND FOB MAKING INTO "WINK - FBUIT ( 'THE BLACK HAMBTOOII -Tim MTTLBEEI -T-DESOEIPTION OF LEAVES AND FJDOWEBS ? FÄOTT-JtnoE-CÜXTIAATED AT AN EAEE ' DATE-SoEIPTUEAi ALLUSIONS -PEOPJ OATION-PEODUOTION OF FEUIT. Although tho grape vino boars at three c lour years plentifully, it is said that vine yards improve in quality till they are fif t years old. A short tune Bince there were i France and Italy entire vineyards still i .existence, and in full hearing, which wer in the same oondition at least three oentnrie -ago, and have so coa*inued ever since. Tb slender stems of ordinary vines, when the; have attained a considerable age, aro re inarkably tough and compact. The varietie of the grape are exceedingly numorouE which in modern times have been groatb increased by sowing the seeds of grapes...

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Sleeplessness, Weariness, Loss of Appetite. Now Enjoys Good Health! [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

Sleeplessness, Weariness, |Loss of Appetite. Now Enjoys Good Health ! Mr. Richard Gibbs, B^ryl-street, Broken Hill N S.W., writes on June 3rd, 1897: - In writing this I wish to express my thanks for your more than valuable Oieaients TVniu. for it has cured roe of nu iib.ess of which I do not know tho name. Tho symptoms wer»-1 similar to those described in one. ot' your pamphlets by Mr. Patrick Quinn, of this town, viz., sleeploHsnesH, Wt'uriness, loss of appetite. My arms and hands would tie quite useless ut tiuiOH. Ï never know what it was to have a calm sleep; it was alwuys broken by bad dreams, and oonsfq tinnily unvefreshiug. I becamo morose and desp 'ti- ri en t. I lost flesh and st ron gl h rapidly. About thin timo I commenced a course of Clements Tonio, und I found almost instan- taneous benefit. I have certainly taken a quantity of Glemont* Toni ', but I »rn th»»nk íul to nay not without hem-Tit, for I no looker suffer from any of tho old nymptomw, but now enjoy good health,...

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CHAPTER VII. AN UNPREMEDITATED DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

CHAPTER VII. AN TJNPBISMIÎDITATKD DEPARTURE. Those who ought know most about snob, matters point out ibe mutability of thiDga terrestrial by showing that the change in. position of a single grain of sand may deter- mine the course of a mighty river, or that a ohance rain-drop trickling down the face of a cliff may mark the line of erosion whioh shall eventually cut tho mountain in twain» If those illustrations provo the subjection of the elements to the universal rule of change, examples are not wanting to show that tho same law governs with equal authority im the domain of human affairs. Ringbrand went down-otaira the next morning fully determined to oarry out his programme of the previous evening, and he told Ludlow at the breakfast-table that he would spend the forenoon at the furnaoa with him. As they ware leaving tho house together, the colonel overtook them in his buggy and invited Ringbrand to go with him on a drive across the valley to look at a horse wbioh was for sale, pro...

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A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

A CORNSTALK IN BRITAIN AND WHAT HE SAW THERE. TBY W: T. cn Aa might be supposed, all the year ronnd there is no lack of literary, dramatic and musical entertain- ments in London, apart from the theatres. From a two-penny concert in thc East End to a minstrel show in St, James' Flail, or a grand oratorio in thu vicinity of Lausham Place, the very best of its class is provided. Amusement caterers spare no expense, because they know they are bound to bo recouped. And because of thc diversity of catering in this rc snoot-this'erand old city is a delightful resort in winter. Oue need never be dull or sad, or suffer from ennui. Yes, I know there are many returned colonists who will tell you they were quite dis- appointed with London : that to them it was quite a detestable wilderness bf bricks and thoroughfares ; that its inhabitants are a money-grubbing, exclusive 'lot; that thc very clemente conspire against your comfort and sight-seeing : aud that, in some re- spects, it is at least a ...

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TOO READY BY HALF. [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

TOO BEADY BY HALF. A LADT went into a music store in Canada and bought some music. Just as she was going away she said : Oh ! give me . Ono Kiss before We Part.» " The clerk enid, 44 W-h-a-t ?" She repeated the request, and the clerk, after «eeiug that uobody was looking. Ie med over, drew the handsome head towards him, ond oomplied. Then thero was a soene. Tba derk wa« dismissod. The lady, the Governor's wife, by the way, had him arrested. Th« clerk eued her for damages for lons of his position. B"th went ugainat him. Ou the appual he non the case against the Indy, whose charms wnre hold responsible. Hi« own suit was dinmisHed beoause, the oourt remarked, the ki«» was enuiigh remuneration. For Children's Hacking 0<»ugh take Wood's Grout Pepperuiiut Cure, 1/6 and 2/6.

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SHER[?] STORY. FERGUSSON'S MISTAKE. (Continued from last week.) [Newspaper Article] — Liverpool Herald — 6 August 1898

;: FERGUSSONS MISTAKE, (Costumed from laßt week.) '' ''Be good enough to understand,' he said, *that I »viii not have my orders interfered ?with, least of all the safety of the patient endangered, by any silly womanish fancies.' Kate knew she had done neither, but was too herrt-èick to heed hi-, fury as she might Lave done. 11/ you attempt any of the same again I bhall take upon myself to send in a trained nnrae, who will take absolute eon . trol in every way.' Snob b -usquenesfl did not even either deter Kate fiom speaking out to him an idea which came int'» her mind later in the day ; indeed, she wondered why she had not thought of it from the first. - He had come in for a last look-for the progress of the disease was slow, if vital and Kate and old Margaret were to keep watch hy turns during the night, and she (Kate) saw by tho look on his face that things were decidedly not taking |a turn for the better. ' Is there nothing, absolutely nothing, can be done!" she asked, despairing...

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